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web applications


December 8, 2011  7:08 PM

Stonebraker sees high programming overhead for NoSQL

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
data architecture, web applications

Innovative messaging and data architectures are being widely applied in Web applications these days – but approaches that work for the top-tier sites may not work well for others. While...

February 22, 2011  8:44 PM

Reader mail box – State of Java in flux

Posted by: Rcloutier
Java, web applications

Forrester Research's Mike Gualtieri has been discussing his take on the state of Java of late, as we noted in the previous edition of our "This Week on" newsletter. Since then we have published a further

February 1, 2011  7:19 PM

Searching for Private Orion – a browser-based open tool integration platform

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Eclipse, SOA development, web applications

Orion is not a set of Java plug-ins which run in the existing Eclipse Java IDE, according to Eclipse head  Mike Milinkovich. It is instead a browser-based open tool integration platform which is "entirely focused on...

February 1, 2011  7:16 PM

Ruby on Rails on NetBeans riding the rails?

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
web applications

Since It took over Sun Microsystems, Oracle Corp. has made some positive moves to ensure multi-language support for the Java Virtual Machine going forward - but a recent move raises issues. The open source community site, a provider of a key IDE, has

January 11, 2011  3:42 PM

News on architecture and integration from 2010

Posted by: James Denman
Complex Event Processing (CEP), Enterprise architecture, integration, web applications

The SOA Talk blog consistently covers new and interesting developments in the world SOA and enterprise architecture. We gleaned the cream of the crop from all of 2010 for this special on...

December 7, 2010  4:12 PM

JSON, XML and the Web

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Ajax, web applications, XML

As Doug Crockford created JSON it became something of an antidote to XML. This was bound to happen, because the issues developers had with XML were so plentiful. JSON, of course, with an API that fit on a business card, was more than a counter-statement. It was a big success in the making. Twitter...

October 6, 2010  4:19 PM

SOA sensibility

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA, web applications

Opinion - The clatter and chatter of the daily slog will tend to obscure underlying trends that eventually become quite vivid. Let's face it, one of SOA's big drivers was the industry wide push to Webify applications. That has no sign of slowing down! Other drivers are the seemingly unrelated...

August 3, 2010  2:46 PM

Perl Dev Kit from ActiveState works with HP-UX

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
web applications

By James Denman Perl continues to find adherents among developers looking for dynamic languages to build Web sites and integrate applications. Notable among commercial suppliers of the software is ActiveState.  The company recently released Perl Dev Kit (PDK)...

July 6, 2010  5:14 PM

Running PHP, Groovy, Ruby on IBM JVM

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Java, web applications

One of the most vibrant trends in Java in recent years has been the growth of support for non-Java languages on the JVM. PHP, Groovy, Ruby – these and other dynamic scripting languages have obtained a place in the application development life cycle where quickly building tactical Web apps trumps...

January 4, 2010  9:00 PM

Forrester points to 2010 changes in application development

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing, web applications

Cloud computing platforms, low-cost application frameworks and more nimble development are among the top changes for application development in 2010, according to Forrester Research.  The information is in a report written by analysts Mike Gualtieri, John Rymer and Jeffrey Hammond, among others....


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